Apple baked and glazed gammon
- December 2005
The day before you cook the joint, check how salty it is. To do this, cut a very thin slice off the underside and pan-fry for a few minutes and taste. If it’s too salty, soak the joint in plenty of cold water for 24 hours, changing the water occasionally.
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